Data-Informed Self-Assessment

This self-assessment is designed to collect information about your experiences working with data in your day-to-day practice. We expect this self-assessment to take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Please note: There are no right or wrong answers; responding “never” or “rarely” to any of the following items does not necessarily indicate a problem or need for improvement, but offers insight about your experience with and use of data at this moment in time.

Data Use
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
I take time to systematically review data from the assessments I administer to students, including looking for patterns in the data.
I review disaggregated data (e.g., data sorted by student characteristics such as IEP status, gender, race or ethnicity) to better understand how different student groups are performing.
I meet with colleagues to look at and discuss data together.
I use data to help me identify which students might need additional support.
I look for patterns in student errors on assessments to determine content that may need to be revisited.
I use data to identify areas where I need to adjust my instructional approach.
Data Access
Strongly Disagree Somewhat Disagree Neither Agree Nor Disagree Somewhat Agree Strongly Agree
I can easily access data about my students’ performance to monitor their progress.
I can review my students’ data in a format that is accessible and easily understood.
Data Culture
Strongly Disagree Somewhat Disagree Neither Agree Nor Disagree Somewhat Agree Strongly Agree
I have the skills necessary to analyze student data in order to identify necessary adjustments to practice.
I feel comfortable participating in conversations with colleagues about data.
I feel confident using data to inform my instructional planning.
I believe taking time to look at data regularly will help improve the quality of my instruction.
Current and historical student data are an integral part of our school’s decision-making process and academic program.
Teachers in this school value data as an instructional tool to help improve student outcomes.

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